For those of you that like the way that the BlackBerry sends and receives email but still want to use the a Windows Mobile device, you may be happy to hear that the soon (we hope) to be released AT&T Tilt, known as the HTC Kaiser in Europe, will support BlackBerry Connect.
There still is no official word on when the AT&T Tilt will be released, however, HTC has a getting started guide for configuring BlackBerry Connect on the device up on their site.
The At&t Tilt, a.k.a. HTC Kaiser runs windoz and that alone is a non-starter with the RIM Blackberry crowd.
Robb you forgot to tag it under crap in the Read more articles section?
I have both the tilt and the blackberry curve. The tilt is currently up for sale on ebay, need I say more. The tilt is a beautiful pda phone a work of art in some eyes. However, the os is junk. The screen resolution is poo. Screen resolution affects everything you see and nothing looks very good. Its like comparing vista to windows 3.11. Its likes a bunch of fingerless anti cell phone users got together and created a OS. If you like to do a lot of work and have a lot of time to spend to get the os usable them the tilt is for you. If you like high resolution, workability right out of the box and a easy to carry and use design then the curve is it.
The HTC 8925, Kaiser or Tilt, what ever you chose to call it, is a Windows Mobile PDA Phone. It is like a computer in the palm of your hand. It does almost everything a desktop can do, but you can be on the road, not at your desk. For me it is more useful than a product that only has one thing going for it(BBC). ;>)